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but the yards and streets starting to flood. >> five minutes past the hour now. let's say good morning to bonnie schneider. always good to have bonnie with us on the weekends. >> good to be here. >> now we'll have issues with possible tornadoes popping up. >> absolutely. >> it's causing all kinds of problems. >> a rough sunday morning, no doubt about it. lee as you heard from the press conference is a slow mover. the long it lingers, the worst things will be for that state. the ill-defined center is just off the coast. you have that wrap around effect. another big batch of rain comes into sections of southern louisiana. let's take a look at the track for lee. you'll see that the movement of the storm is still pretty slow, even as we go monday, tuesday, wednesday. we do see a rainmaker. it's like alabama and georgia and tennessee. some of this will be beneficial rain. the biggest concern for flooding will ab long the gulf coast in alabama and into louisiana where we have about seven inches of rain on the ground from lee. let's take a look at the newest threat from now. we have a tornado watch box
in the gulf. we'll monitor that for you. bonnie snider is going to talk about that here in a minute. first, life is anything but back to normal for many, many people caught in the path of what was once hurricane and tropical storm irene. it's been five days since irene first made landfall, and flooding is still a big problem, all the way from north carolina up to vermont. president obama, we now know, will tour new jersey's flood region this coming sunday, and i want you to listen here as susan candiotti, she's there and gets her own tour. >> reporter: you're about to start school your senior year in high school coming up in just a week. >> yeah. >> reporter: what's going through your head? >> how am i going to prepare for school? my clothes, everything, stuck at home. i don't know how i'm going to get it. everything is closed to go shopping. the mall is down. i don't know where to go. >> reporter: all you have is a suitcase you were able to run out with? >> like five pants, five shirts, that's it, that's all i have, and school starts in one week. >> wow. >> reporter: is this the first tim
] gooey, creamy, delicious kraft macaroni & cheese. you know you love it. i'm bonnie and this is my cvs. i don't have time for the flu. that's why i'm knocking things off my to-do list. vitamin d -- done. hand sanitizer -- done. hey, eric, i'm here for my flu shot. sorry, didn't make an appointment. well, you don't need one. flu shots. every store. every day. insurance accepted. get a $5 cvs gift card if you're not covered. i'm bonnie and this is my cvs. we want to mention com ed win knocked wind no power many people in the south suburbs in a report of 60 mi. per hour wind during the evening and beautiful rainbow stibnite in the wake of those showers that went through and produced the wind beautiful shot tear a larger shot hancock building rain shops from indian the beach interesting a lot of rainbows and the last week because we have had holes in these clouds every now and then allowing some through sunrise to sunset rainfall coming through skies cleared about 100 mi. wide a drive which and it is breaking out again coming at us tonight as we said goodbye to the storm c
loved. one high school student's dreams finally came true. chia bunny rodriguez -- to bonnie rodriquez. doctors said it was unlikely he would hold onto what was most important, his life. at 7 years old, he was diagnosed with severe a plastic anemia, a disease in which bone marrow fails to produce a enough red blood cells. >> we were like, we wish it were cancer instead because it was more well known, more recognizable. >> they could not find a match for a bone marrow transplant so he went to london for alternative treatments. >> the lady said it would not hurt him. i guess i was just so desperate. i said i have to do this. >> doctors still do not know how or why but the treatment worked. >> we know that once upon a time that was not a possibility. so yeah it is incredible. >> now geobotany is not only a senior in high school. -- g. of their -- giovanni is not only senior in high school, but he is the starter on the football field. >> wonderful endin [ male announcer ] humble beginnings are true beginnings. they are the purest way to gauge success. maybe the only way to gaug
bonnie. >> reporter: in the months before her murder, she posted several you tube videos, reading from the poem she had written. >> i'm only dominique. i can't do any better. >> her video slipped into the world of a girl whose life was cut short wednesday night, when she was stabbed in the neck by her roommate, 19-year-old alexis simpson. after the two began fighting over music. simpson told the other two, i didn't mean to do it. you all didn't know what i've been through. you all jumped me. >> for many students, the pain is still fresh. >> definitely shook us pretty much. because we didn't expect it. >> even those attending the memorial in her honor, student says they sense a change on campus since the crime. >> it makes everybody closer. you know what i mean? like nobody is having beefs with each other. no one is arguing. we're all one. >> it's something you have to move on from. you know what i'm saying? just look at it as something to just, you know, make us better somehow. >> reporter: healing a slow process, as many here will reflect on the young woman with so much to say. >> not
herself bonnie and loved to write poetry. >> and i wanted to give you all some of my insight. >> reporter: in the months before her murder, she posted several you tube videos, reading from the poem she had written. >> i'm only dominique, i can't do no better. >> reporter: her video shows a girl who had glimpses when she was stabbed in the neck by 19- year-old alexis simpson. simpson later told her other roommate, i didn't mean to do it, you all don't know what i've been through. you all jumped me. >> flowers left outside the dormitory where the murder happened. for many students, the pain still fresh. >> we didn't kidnap it -- expect it. >> reporter: even those who never knew frazier, students here say they sense a change on campus since the crime. >> this event made everybody closer. you know what i mean? nobody is arguing. everyone is just together. we're all one. >> it's something that we're going to have to move on from, you know what i'm saying? just look at it as something to just you know, make it better somehow. >> reporter: healing a slow process, as many here reflect on the youn
for the city. >> let's go straight to bonnie schneider. explain what we are seeing. >> right now what we are watch suggest say lot of heavy rains sweeping across the area as well as coastal sections of alabama. the rain is the beginning. we are watching for strong wind as well. even though it hasn't formed to a system, it's an area of disturbed weather we are watching closely. let's take a look at it on the satellite. as you forward from the mayor, it's a slow mover. the national hurricane center has not named the storm. they were looking for the closed circulation. if they find that and the tropical storm force wins of 39 miles per hour or greater, it will be tropical storm lee. that may occur tonight. we not only have the threat for strong wind and flooding, but the computer models have been all over the place and looping back into the gulf and back onshore again it has to do with the steering. they are so light, there is no influence to push the storm. it is so beneficial if they were pushing towards texas, but the consensus seems more of a northward flow. the biggest threat is the sl
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